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This is dummy MK1 Bren gun barrel which the barrel is made of aluminium. However the carrying handle and front end of the barrel are original. U.K. Sales Only.
This is a unissued spare barrel carrier for the Bren gun. The carrier would contain a barrel, spare magazine, cleaning rod with brushes, two oil bottles.
This is in fact a U.S. made breech cover for the British No4 MK1 rifle, which was produced under the lend-lease agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom. This example is unissued and dated 1942. The letter "S" is the makers code for Savage Stevens who produced No4 Rifles as apart of the lend-lease agreement. The fasteners are rather fragile through age.
A set of petrol and Oil tins in the standard ammunition tin for use with the MG34 and MG42 machine guns. The ammunition tin has lost most of its finish, however traces of the original paint is present. The petrol and oil tins both retain over 50% of their original finish.
Not sure for what country's pistol this holster is for. However it does accommodate most of the German 7.65mm pistols such as the Walther PPK, Mauser Hsc, Steyr M38 and the CZ27.
This is a RAF issue 37 pattern holster, which is maker marked "MECo" ( Mill Equipment Company ) and dated 1951. The holster can accommodate the following revolvers, Webley MKIV, Enfield/Albion No2 and the Smith & Wesson Victory.
This is a British made leatherette holster to accommodate the Webley MKIV, Smith & Wesson Victory or the Enfield No2 .38 revolvers.
This is a dual purpose twin spare barrel carrier to can carrier either a MG34 or MG42 barrels.
This is a complete cleaning kit , which was designed for use with the K98 rifle. However it was also used on other weapons , such as the G41, G43, MP40 submachine gun and the MP44 assault rifle. The cleaning kit consists of a bakerlite oil bottle, two brushes, spoon, chained pull-through and cleaning patches. This example is maker marked "G.Appel" and dated 1938.
This is a complete cleaning kit, which was designed for use with the K98 rifle. However it was also used on other weapons such as the G41,G43, MP40 submachine gun and the MP44 assault rifle. This example is maker marked "G.Appel" and dated 1938. It consists of a steel oil bottle, chained pull-through, spoon, two brushes and cleaning patches.
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